Breakdown Latest: Kim Takes Emergency Flight To LA After Kanye Hospitalized

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Nov. 22 2016, Updated 11:47 a.m. ET

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Just weeks after Kanye West rushed to help wife Kim following her traumatic robbery in Paris, Kardashian was forced to do the same for her rapper husband.

Kim had just arrived to New York City on Monday for a celebrity gala honoring her late father Robert Kardashian, but turned around and flew back to Los Angeles after hearing that West had suffered a medical emergency, according to Page Six.

"Kim was seen boarding a private jet to New York at around 5am LA time and had planned to make a late entrance to the gala, skipping the red carpet, to honor her father," a source told the publication. "But when she landed in New York, something was very wrong with Kanye, she turned around and headed straight back to LA to be at his side."

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As Radar readers know, Kanye was rushed to the hospital Monday afternoon following the abrupt cancellation of his Saint Pablo tour, bizarre concert meltdowns and growing concern for his health.

"At 1:20 our officers responded to a call," Kevin Maiberger the LAPD spokesperson told Radar. "We determined it was a medical emergency and did not require a police response and the Fire Department handled."

West was taken from the home by the LA City Fire Department Radar confirmed.

"Kanye West was under observation at a Los Angeles area hospital," NBC News reported.

According to other reports, a resistant West was even handcuffed to a gurney on his way to the hospital.

Before word got out of his hospitalization, Kardashian klan momager Kris Jenner told reporters at the Angel Ball in NYC that her rapper son-in-law was "exhausted. Just really tired. It's a grueling tour."

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